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Mourners Clash with Vietnamese Authorities

Mourners Clash with Vietnamese Authorities

by Nam @ NamViet News

Hundreds of protesters clashed with riot police during a funeral this weekend in northern Vietnam, officials and state media said Monday, in a rare incident highlighting the alleged impunity enjoyed by top-ranked officials in the one-party communist nation. The violence broke out in the Vinh Phuc provincial capital Vinh Yen on Sunday, according to the […]

25 best things to eat in Little Saigon

25 best things to eat in Little Saigon


NamViet News

The scent of Little Saigon hits me in the face. An intoxicating perfume of jackfruit and bananas and the vanilla-y scent of pandanus leaves wraps itself around me in a warm, tight embrace. It’s a s…

What China Learned from the Soviet Union’s Fall

What China Learned from the Soviet Union’s Fall

by Nam @ NamViet News

Why the process of assessing blame for the collapse of the USSR is still a hot topic in Beijing   In a major speech on July 24, 2012 China’s President, Hu Jintao, called for the country to “unswervingly” carry out reform and opening up and to fight against rigidity and stagnation.  This follows on the heels […]

Vietnamese folk hero jailed for 5 years

Vietnamese folk hero jailed for 5 years

by Nam @ NamViet News

HANOI — A court in northern Vietnam has sentenced two shrimp farmers charged with attempted murder during a land seizure to five years in prison. The case has stoked debate over crucial land use reforms in the country. On Friday, the Hai Phong People’s Court handed down the sentence to shrimp farmer Doan Van Vuon and […]

Little Saigon: Tables with a View - Good Food St. Louis

Little Saigon: Tables with a View - Good Food St. Louis


Good Food St. Louis

Little Saigon is a bit of Vietnam snuggled into a small cafe in the Central West End, taking pride in their use of locally grown, fresh ingredients.

Starrs: Wine, Cheese, Coffee, Meat & Fish Shop

by Jean Carnahan @ Good Food St. Louis

My son, Russ, and I stopped at Starrs Wine and Spirits on South Big Bend. It being the oldest operating wine shop in town, he thought I’d find it blog worthy. In fact, I found it blog amazing! Starrs started out as a Clayton coffee shop in 1979. (They’re still roasting coffee in the same... 

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Orange County Medical Association’s Complete List of Top Doctors 2018

by Orange Coast Magazine @ Orange Coast

OCMA's complete list of 504 O.C. Physicians in 69 Specialties. Is your doctor on the list?

L.A. Beer Blast: The Best in Local Craft Beer

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

The L.A. Beer Blast lets Food GPS readers know what’s new at select L.A. bars and restaurants with great beer selections. You’ll also discover beer-related events in the area. Transplants Brewing Turns 2, Ceremony + Anna’s Cider Sean Inman revisits Transplants Brewing in Palmdale for their second anniversary bash and was impressed with their beers. Taste “pure lemon” in Burial Beer Co.’s Ceremonial Session IPA. Support Anna’s Cider in Upper Ojai, a casualty of the Thomas fire. Numbered establishments on the map correspond to information below. Please note: craft beers rotate frequently at these establishments, and kegs might kick between the time we update the Blast and the time you arrive. 1. Verdugo Bar (Glassell Park) Beers of the Week: 1. Trumer Pils 2. Kern River Just Outstanding IPA 3. Founder Brewing Nitro Oatmeal Stout 4. Modern Times Critical Band IPA 5. Green Cheek Fest Friends Lager 2. Tuning Fork (Studio City) Beers of the Week: 1. MacLeod Walk The Plank 2. 2 Towns Ciderhouse Ginja Ninja 3. Bell’s Two Hearted 4. Pizza Port Swami IPA 5. Stone Scorpion Bowl IPA 3. The Surly Goat (West Hollywood) Beers of the Week: 1. Novo Brazil The Mango IPA 2. Big Sky...

L.A. Beer Blast: The Best in Local Craft Beer

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New L.A. Breweries, Nitro Merlin + January Anniversaries

by Sean Inman @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

Someone “liberated” a “tarantula” in a “common space” in “Hermosa” while a “Dojo” searches for Dankness masters, but it all flows back to the fact that it is “Chinatown.” Yes, that was a bit of tortured prose, but references some new breweries that are planning on opening in 2018. A partial list of interest includes the following breweries. Tarantula Hill Brewing Company will be the first brewery in Thousand Oaks thanks to a 2016 change in zoning regulations. Named after the tallest point in Thousand Oaks, this possible July opener will also serve Neapolitan pizza and homemade ice cream. Common Space Brewery will be joining Hawthorne’s suddenly hot scene this fall, following L.A. Ale Works to the land of SpaceX. Liberation Brewing Company adds to the growing list of Long Beach breweries when it lands in the city’s Bixby Knolls area. The brewery is fronted by Dan Regan, former member of renowned local ska band, Reel Big Fish. Hermosa Brewing Company eschews the beach moniker and will also be serving up food alongside beer. They look to be opening earlier this year, rather than later. Modern Times will be opening their first Los Angeles location, the Dankness Dojo, at Olive...

New L.A. Breweries, Nitro Merlin + January Anniversaries

TOP ETHNIC THINGS TO DO: JAN 12-18

by Lalaine Ignao @ Ethnic Seattle

By Lalaine Ignao January 11, 2018

Jan 12 World Dance Party

Always wanted to learn different ethnic dances but never received the opportunity? Now you can in 15 minute mini

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Mini Party Pizzas: The Speedy Snack

by Jean Carnahan @ Good Food St. Louis

An Old Snack Rediscovered Old recipes have a way of getting lost in a file or stuffed inside a cookbook. Or just plain overlooked for years. Then they reappear, as one did for me this week, quite by surprise. I was reading about a Reuben-style appetizer, that could be made on mini-rye bread. It really... 

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Wide Eyes Open Palms The Schmancy (Drink of the Week)

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

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Seasonal comfort food and specialty coffee has become much more prominent pairing in L.A. County since SQIRL and G&B Coffee co-habitated in 2012. Chef Kat McIver and partner/barista Angie Evans execute both facets beautifully in Long Beach at Wide Eyes Open Palms, which started at the Sunday Alamitos Bay Farmers Market and now exists near 4th Street’s Retro Row. The concept is clearly derivative of SQIRL, but has developed a distinctive charm. Brunch is the star at this tiny, but airy space that includes twin wood counters, art-lined white walls, and two sidewalk tables. WEOP celebrates multiple coffee roasters, rotating between beans from West Coast companies like Four Barrel from San Francisco, Heart from Portland, and during my visit, Augie’s Coffee from Redlands. Their two-group La Marzocco espresso machine helps fuel classics, plus specialty drinks like peppermint mocha and ginger cinnamon latte. The Schmancy ($5.50) is a cold brew mocktail inspired by the Old Fashioned, a cocktail that typically includes either Bourbon or Rye whiskey, a sugar cube, Angostura bitters, one Luxardo cherry, and often an orange peel garnish. In this case, Evans favors chocolatey, fruity coffees from countries like Ethiopia and Guatemala. [This version featured Guatemalan coffee from Augie’s.]...

Wide Eyes Open Palms The Schmancy (Drink of the Week)

Kitchenette Pork Posole Verde (Dose of Vitamin P)

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

Bishop-born brothers Michael Kobayashi and chef Chris Kobayashi opened Artisan in Paso Robles, setting the bar for seasonal comfort food in the then-sleepy Central Coast town. In the past decade-plus, the area’s shown a far deeper culinary commitment level. Competition has grown, but Artisan continues to thrive. The brothers moved Artisan to Paso’s main square in 2013 and extended south in 2015, opening a cafe-bakery called Kitchenette in neighboring Templeton. Kitchenette limits their menu to breakfast and lunch. From 8 a.m. to noon, the Kobayashi brothers serve great versions of American classics like ricotta pancakes and corned beef hash, plus several Mexican dishes. I enjoyed their play on pork posole verde, a hearty Mexican hominy stew. They favor a thicker broth with a moderate amount of spice and tang. They pile on juicy seared pork chunks, quarter-sized cuts of linguica, creamy avocado, crunchy cabbage, savory crumbled feta, punchy jalapeño, and clipped chives. A crispy fried soft-boiled egg is sliced in half and sports gooey a yolk that draws the eye. Not all ingredients are Mexican, but it’s clear the Kobayashi brothers are familiar with the dish, and represent it well. Dose of Vitamin P spotlights my favorite pork dish from...

Kitchenette Pork Posole Verde (Dose of Vitamin P)

Do Restaurant Names Matter?

by Jean Carnahan @ Good Food St. Louis

“What’s in a (restaurant) name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” ~William Shakespeare Living with a Weird Name I find the names of places, people, restaurants, even pets, fascinating. While doing some genealogy research I came upon a woman in the Jamestown Colony named Temperance Flowerdew. Isn’t... 

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Orange County vs. Houston: Two Vietnamese-Food Meccas In America. Two Very Different Menus. - Food Republic

Orange County vs. Houston: Two Vietnamese-Food Meccas In America. Two Very Different Menus. - Food Republic


Food Republic

Of all the places to find good Vietnamese food across the United States, two particular hotbeds stand out — Houston, Texas, and the wide swath of Orange Co

Minestrone: When the Weather Outside is Frightful

by Jean Carnahan @ Good Food St. Louis

All right, friends and foodies, head to the kitchen and pull out the biggest pot you’ve got. It’s soup time in the Midwest, where the temperatures are hovering in the single digits or in minus territory. It takes a hearty soup to take the chill off the bones in such frosty conditions. What better way... 

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asacol lialda

by admin @ Little Saigon Restaurant | Orlando

BUY ASACOL colitis asacol not working Generic Asacol is a high-quality medication which is taken in treatment of ulcerative colitis, proctitis, and proctosigmoiditis. Generic Asacol is also used to prevent the symptoms of ulcerative colitis from recurring. Generic Asacol acts by affecting a substance in the body that causes inflammation, tissue damage, and diarrhea. asacol […]

L.A. Beer & Food Festival, Kool Kief + The Rake

by Sean Inman @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

The Los Angeles beer festival calendar starts with a bang as the second annual L.A. Beer & Food Festival returns to Mack Sennett Studios in Silver Lake on Saturday, January 27, 2018. This was a fun and more intimate festival than others with beer and food booths snaking through rooms and outdoors. This year the L.A. County Brewers Guild event features 50 of L.A.’s independently-owned craft brewers pouring beers that you can then pair with food. It is a wonderful way to quickly and easily see and test how beers taste before, mid-bite, and after. On the beer side of the equation, I am looking forward to two groups of breweries. One category involves breweries that I haven’t had a beer from yet, and the other features breweries in which I need to get re-acquainted. In the former category are Zymurgy Brew Works and Pocock Brewing and in the latter are Mt. Lowe Brewing and Five Threads Brewing. Since there are so many breweries to choose from, you had better come with at least a bit of a game plan. You can drink by style or by geography or just pick the beers that have the best hop-related puns. This...

L.A. Beer & Food Festival, Kool Kief + The Rake

Cuối tuần xem gì, nghe gì ở Little Saigon?

Cuối tuần xem gì, nghe gì ở Little Saigon?

by Người Việt @ Nguoi Viet Online

Cuối tuần này, đến ngày 21 Tháng Giêng, khán giả Little Saigon sẽ xem hai bộ phim hành động, tình cảm, tâm lý, lịch sử “12 Strong,” “Den of Thieves.”

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Denver's five best Vietnamese restaurants

Denver's five best Vietnamese restaurants


Westword

Denver has an abundance of Vietnamese restaurants, all devoted to a culinary canon that marries French and Chinese cooking into dishes that are delicious whether you're eating noodles on the street or chowing down at a formal feast. Dozens of pho shops dot Federal Boulevard and South Havana Street, and...

About Us

by skiprestaurant @ Little Saigon

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Where to Eat After 10 p.m. in Orange County

Where to Eat After 10 p.m. in Orange County


Locale Magazine

Hey, night owls. These late night restaurants in Orange County serve up your faves after midnight. Check out where to eat late in OC.

Center 360, New Outdoor Eatery, Opens at Segerstrom Center for the Arts

by Benjamin Epstein @ Orange Coast

The chef behind Leatherby’s Cafe Rouge, the fine dining room at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, now oversees a casual outdoor eatery steps away.

Cheers! Inventive Jewelry & Cocktails by O.C.’s Finest

by Orange Coast Magazine @ Orange Coast

A toast to O.C. jewelers and bartenders whose creations you’ll want this holiday season.

The five best places for pho in Orange County's Little Saigon

The five best places for pho in Orange County's Little Saigon


Eater LA

Because pho is breakfast food in Vietnam.

Hot and Sour Soup Recipe (Suan La Tang)

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

Simple and satisfying soups are commonly served with other dishes to make a multi-dish Asian meal but you don’t always have to follow convention! When autumn’s chill recently set in big time, I decided to make a pot of hot-and-sour soup for lunch. It was a main dish bowl of soup, the star of the...

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Tovarish, or not Tovarish, That is the Question

by Greg Nagel @ Orange Coast

Not only is the beer made in Huntington Beach, with coffee beans roasted by Portola Coffee Lab...

Andes Chocolate Mint Brownies

by Jean Carnahan @ Good Food St. Louis

This is Girl Scout cookie time. I don’t mean the young ladies any competition, but when I tasted this brownie recipe, it reminded me of their Thin Mints. So, if you under-order or over-eat your annual supply, you might want to turn to these Andes Chocolate Chip Brownies to tide you over. The tricky part... 

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NAAM 2018: Everyday Black

by Carla Bell @ Ethnic Seattle

By Carla Bell January 8, 2018

With just three months at the post, Eve Sanford, the new Education & Public Programs Director at Northwest African American Museum, shows zeal and confidence.

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Saigon Kitchen

Saigon Kitchen


Saigon Kitchen

Pho, vermicelli & other Vietnamese favorites, plus bubble tea smoothies, are served in a warm space.

Food For Healthy Living

by admin @ Little Saigon E11

Healthy eating is not about strict dietary limitations, staying unrealistically thin, or depriving yourself of the foods you love. Rather, it’s about feeling great, having more energy, and stabilizing your mood. If you feel overwhelmed by all the conflicting nutrition and diet advice out there, you’re not alone. It seems that for every expert who […]

VIDEO: Award-winning Pastry Chef Elyssa Fournier of Mixed Bakery Makes Shortbread Sticks

by Ptsai @ Orange Coast

Award-winning pastry chef Elyssa Fournier uses her crisp, buttery shortbread sticks to make delectable tabletop art.

Best Vietnamese food in Little Saigon: The top 25 dishes to eat

Best Vietnamese food in Little Saigon: The top 25 dishes to eat


Orange County Register

The scent of Little Saigon hits me in the face. An intoxicating perfume of jackfruit and bananas and the vanilla-y scent of pandanus leaves wraps itself around me in a warm, tight embrace. It’s a s…

Vietnamese Blogger’s Home Targeted with Rank Liquid

Vietnamese Blogger’s Home Targeted with Rank Liquid

by Nam @ NamViet News

A prominent blogger said Monday that he and his family in central Vietnam have been victimized by what he believes are agents hired by local security forces to threaten him over his online criticism against the state. The once-imprisoned Huynh Ngoc Tuan, 50, told RFA’s Vietnamese Service that the attack occurred at 12:30 a.m. on […]

Education for a Brighter Future

by Tamarind Tree @ Tamarind Tree Restaurant

The Viet Nam Scholarship Foundation invites you to join us at our 3rd annual benefit dinner in the spirit of raising funds for children’s education in Viet Nam.

Oroblanco Grapefruit Salad Recipe (Goi Buoi)

by Andrea Nguyen @ Viet World Kitchen

Within the past seven days, I’ve made this salad twice. It’s that good. The first time was the day after Thanksgiving at my parents’ house. When I arrived, I notice in their entryway a basket full of oroblancos, a type of sweet grapefruit with a short season. My brother Dan brought them from Visalia, a...

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Our Latest, Greatest Instagram #FRavorites

by Food Republic @ Food Republic

Surely you’ve noticed by now that we’re big fans of Instagram, so much in fact that we couldn’t stop photographing our food unless it was a life-threatening emergency. Despite groans from your dining companions when you forbid them from digging into their entrée before you snap it at just the perfect angle (sorry, we’ll get out […]

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Coming To Netflix: David Chang Gets Ugly Delicious

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

David Chang, the man behind Momofuku and subject of the first season of Food Republic parent company Zero Point Zero’s Mind of a Chef, is back on screens. Ready for his new show, Ugly Delicious? Premiering on February 23, the eight-episode series follows Chang as he travels, eats and hangs out with notable food personalities like Jessica Koslow, […]

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Anaheim Make Adds the Meat

by Greg Nagel @ Orange Coast

Up until this past weekend, Make only had beer and wine on tap from local producers.

This week’s best deals: Visit wine country, catch a Broadway show, stock up on energy bars

This week’s best deals: Visit wine country, catch a Broadway show, stock up on energy bars

by Paul Hodgins @ Orange County Register

Stay in Sonoma for Fresno prices Usually, California’s premiere wine regions can be pricey, but here’s a deal in Sonoma that you’ll find hard to duplicate. The Best Western Dry Creek Inn in Healdsburg is ideally located for exploring downtown restaurants, tasting rooms and shopping, as well as the vineyard-filled countryside. Here are the rates […]

DineLA indecision? Enter Evan Kleiman.

by Evan Kleiman @ Good Food

Hungry people across Southern California wait all year to save money at LA's hottest eateries during DineLA. Good Food host and expert LA eater, Evan Kleiman, is here to help you decide where to snag a reservation. And don’t delay; DineLA only goes through January 26th.

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How the "Vietnamese Madonna" Came to Own a Bánh Mì Shop in Little Saigon | KCRW Good Food

How the "Vietnamese Madonna" Came to Own a Bánh Mì Shop in Little Saigon | KCRW Good Food


Good Food

In Orange County, California, there’s no shortage of restaurants selling bánh mì, that delicious Vietnamese sandwich featuring a crunchy baguette filled with grilled meat, pate, fresh and pickled vegetables. The OC’s Little Saigon is home to the largest Vietnamese population outside of Vietnam.  But go to the town of Westminster and you can see a pop star behind the counter, a woman known as the Vietnamese Madonna.Read More

Vietnamese Dissidents Attacked by Police-Linked Thugs

Vietnamese Dissidents Attacked by Police-Linked Thugs

by Nam @ NamViet News

Unidentified assailants believed to be connected to the police on Tuesday ambushed and severely beat a Vietnamese dissident a day after he tried to shield a prominent woman land rights activist from harassment and attack by suspected government agents, according to the victims. Five or six men appeared suddenly from a bush and beat dissident […]

Three Noodle Dishes O.C. Chefs Love and Recommend

by Michelle Pagaran @ Orange Coast

Like the tender pappardelle with seafood and tomato pernod cream from Farmhouse

For the love of pho / We scour S.F.'s Little Saigon to find the best Vietnamese beef noodle soup

For the love of pho / We scour S.F.'s Little Saigon to find the best Vietnamese beef noodle soup


SFGate

Most of us don't eat pho, the aromatic Vietnamese beef noodle soup, the way Thy Tran did when she was a high school kid growing up in Missouri. [...] when Tran was late for school, rather than go hungry she'd balance a big bowl of pho in her lap to gulp down as she drove her VW bug to class. Heading to Larkin Street in San Francisco is arguably a safer way to eat pho -- pronounced fuh, rhymes with huh -- and we are sitting with Tran in Turtle Tower, where there is always a crowd of people with their faces lowered to big steaming bowls of pho. Tran, director of The Chronicle's cooking school, is lending us her expertise on one leg of our month-long pho-a-thon through the Tenderloin. Americans are crazy about pho these days; chains like the San Jose-based Pho Hoa are proliferating, with 25 branches in 12 states, including ones that opened in Berkeley last year and Folsom this year. Sai Gon Nho banners along the stretch from McAllister to O'Farrell streets, we thought it was time to see how deserved the bragging rights really are. Beef pho comes in multiple variations, allowing you to choose how you want your meat: rare, well-cooked, as beef balls, tripe, tendon or a sinewy cut called flank that is often served in a spiral of meat, fat and skin. Its success lies in a balance of well-made broth, noodles, beef and accents. While Americans are embracing pho as a fast food, a well-made bowl is all about the broth, and that means simmering bones and meat for hours. In the pot, too, are charred ginger and onions and, usually, star anise, cloves and other warm spices. [...] there's the original delicate style from Northern Vietnam, and the spicier version from the South, where people add more herbs and sauces to their soup. The difference was clear in visits to Northern-influenced Turtle Tower on Larkin Street, our overall favorite, where the broth is light and golden. At Hung Ky and Pho Hoa, two other favorites, the broth is darker and more intense, with emphatic salt, star anise and tiny chunks of ginger. Star anise and other spices shouldn't dominate, but serve more as undertones, says Mai Pham, Chronicle columnist, author of "Pleasures of the Vietnamese Table," and chef-owner of Lemon Grass Restaurant in Sacramento. Sweetness is often the telltale sign of MSG, the flavor enhancer Vietnamese call "sweet powder," and this was evident at several restaurants we tried. Pham says a true pho should consist of 1 part noodles to 4 parts broth, but Americanized versions tend to load up on the noodles, even though that can make for a bland bowl. [...] there's the beef, which at most pho houses you can tailor to your liking, picking from up to a dozen cuts for contrasting flavors and textures. Other beef cuts go by familiar names, even though the pieces may not always look familiar to Westerners because Asian butchers cut meat differently than the standard supermarket. [...] the beef balls -- sausage-like and spicy -- should be bouncy, but not so dense that your jaw hurts chewing them. Getting all of this just right is like learning to ride a bicycle -- there are a lot of moving parts, but when everything works it's glorious. All the components, at their best, are artfully arranged, with a bright scattering of chopped cilantro and scallions (or thinly sliced red onions) on top. At most restaurants, a plate of fresh herbs will arrive along with your pho -- almost invariably basil, bean sprouts, slices of jalapeno, and a wedge or two of lime (sometimes lemon, but it should be lime). Sriracha, hoisin and other sauces on the table are for jazzing up lackluster or unbalanced broth or for dipping the meat. The contrast was extreme at Vietnam II, but even at some of our top picks, with the exception of Turtle Tower and Pho Kien Giang, the pho varied from visit to visit. Very appealing beef -- beef balls are smoky, tripe is crunchy, tendon is soft and the rare beef arrives rosy. -- Dac biet -- special combination, usually meaning rare beef, brisket, flank, tripe, tendon and beef balls Combine the chicken with the onion, ginger, star anise, cloves, cinnamon, peppercorns and 10 cups cold water. Bring just to a boil, then reduce heat to low and simmer gently for 15 minutes, skimming foam that rises. [...] soak the rice noodles in a large bowl of cold water for 30 minutes; drain in a colander. Drain in the colander and rinse very well with cold water to stop the cooking and to remove excess starch. When the soup returns to a boil, quickly ladle the broth and meat over the bowls of noodles. Serve immediately, offering the garnishes, chili sauce and additional fish sauce at the table for guests to add according to taste. PER SERVING: 515 calories, 34 g protein, 70 g carbohydrate, 9 g fat (2 g saturated), 69 mg cholesterol, 747 mg sodium, 2 g fiber.

Listen To Food Republic Today: Phil Rosenthal

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Be sure to subscribe to Food Republic Today on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. And please rate the podcast and leave comments! Subscribe: Apple | Stitcher | Spotify | TuneIn The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed […]

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Fullerton Drag Racer Ashley Sanford Says She’s Addicted to the mph.

by Ada Madigan @ Orange Coast

She's one of the few women in the National Hot Rod Association’s Top Fuel class.

6 Greater Palm Springs Real Estate Agents Talk Market Trends and Growth

by Locale Magazine Editors @ Locale Magazine

When It Comes to Finding Your Ideal Space, This Team Takes It to Another Level Written By: Ashlee Polarek Photographed By: Bianca Simonian Agency Real Estate No matter how many hours of “Million Dollar Listing” one watches, we will never understand what it’s like to be on the other side of the home buying court, unless, […]

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Hello world!

by littlesaigon @ Vietnamese Restaurant & Bar – Little Saigon

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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Saigon Summer Nights

by Tamarind Tree @ Tamarind Tree Restaurant

Pick a night, Monday through Sunday. Relax and sample the flavors of Saigon during out cocktail reception on the patio. Seven distinctive finger-foods mingled with seven celebrated martinis.

Vietnam House

Vietnam House


Vietnam House

Located on 642 Eddy Street, Vietnam House is a part of Little Saigon. We are very proud to welcome folks from all walks of life to our restaurant. Our menu consists of most dishes popular in Vietnam...

Best Vietnamese: Little Saigon | Best of Miami® 2016: Your Key to the City

Best Vietnamese: Little Saigon | Best of Miami® 2016: Your Key to the City


Miami New Times

Vietnamese restaurants make up a very small part of Miami's culinary scene, so you have to know where to look for authentic cuisine. Enter Little Saigon...

The Crack Shack is Open in Costa Mesa

by Orange Coast Magazine @ Orange Coast

The emphasis is on elevating chicken and the egg as a culinary treat.

Women’s March and Wine – Where To Find a Great Glass in DTSA After the Jan. 20 Sister March

by Valory Reed @ Orange Coast

The Second Annual Sister March is Jan. 20 in downtown Santa Ana

10 Essential Little Saigon Restaurants

10 Essential Little Saigon Restaurants


OC Weekly

If you're not planning to go to the Tet Festival at the OC Fairgrounds this weekend, but still want to eat Vietnamese food, here are 10 of my essential Little Saigon eateries to try. This is the list I've given to co-workers, visiting relatives, and out-of-town friends who've asked for...

Hello world!

by blacklionpub @ Little Saigon

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Hello world!

by skiprestaurant @ Little Saigon

Welcome to Skip Multisite Network. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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2018 Beer Predictions, Nice Chucks + January Plan

by Sean Inman @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

It is time to gaze into the crystal ball. Don’t shake it or the yeast will start swirling amidst the hazy IPA inside. Here is what I think could happen in the world of independent beer in 2018. 1. Each year it seems that breweries get the idea that they should sell to the large Los Angeles beer market. We reap the benefit for a few months, but then the distribution flags and poof!; the brewery retreats. I expect this to happen again, but with more breweries flowing out than coming in for the first time. 2. 22-ounce bombers will fade quicker this year as more 16-ounce cans and 32-ounce crowlers take over. We are already seeing the re-emergence of the six-pack as well. 3. Taproom-only releases will start to be seen on beer shop shelves and more kegs will be spotted as well. Beer has to be made to a certain scale and if the beer sits at a brewery too long, it will eventually make its way elsewhere. 4. There will be at least four big buyouts / purchases as consolidation starts to take hold but SABInBev and their High End portfolio might be silent this year. 5.THE...

2018 Beer Predictions, Nice Chucks + January Plan

Good Food’s best books of 2017

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

Looking for a thoughtful gift for the foodie in your life? Evan Kleiman and Celia Sack have narrowed down their favorite cookbooks of 2017. Spoiler: there's a lot.

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A festive drink mash-up: nib cider

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

Season's greetings to delicious & warm winter drinks. Dandelion Chocolate has a quaint and affordable recipe for incorporating cocoa nibs into your holiday plans, in a new way.

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by admin @ Little Saigon Restaurant | Orlando

BUY NORVASC norvasc 5 mg tablet picture Norvasc is an effective strong preparation which is taken in treatment of angina and hypertension diseases. Norvasc acts as an anti-angina and anti-hypertension remedy. Norvasc operates by reducing blood pressure and regulating chest pain through blood provision to the heart. norvasc positive reviews Do not take double dose. […]

Treasure Island’s new restaurant: Here’s a first peek

by Jackie Burrell @ BayArea

We don’t usually visit a restaurant when it first opens. Critiquing a brand new anything, when it’s still working out its jitters, strikes us as wildly unfair. But we were so curious about Mersea, the casual new Treasure Island eatery from executive chef Parke Ulrich (Waterbar, Mersea), we could hardly contain ourselves. Thirteen recycled shipping containers? […]

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Vegetarian food in Little Saigon is anything but plain

Vegetarian food in Little Saigon is anything but plain


Nguoi Viet Online

Duy Anh Ton, 51, tasted vegetarian food for the first time during one of the anniversaries for his family’s ancestors at his childhood home in Hue in central Vietnam. He was surprised that fo…

Fozzie’s Sandwich Emporium

by Jean Carnahan @ Good Food St. Louis

Now I’ve heard of dress emporiums and hair emporiums, but never a sandwich emporium. I had to see for myself if Fozzie’s Sandwich Emporium in Richmond Heights (another in Des Peres) was, indeed, worthy of such a splendid designation. My son, Russ, and I stopped there for lunch recently. It’s the proverbial hole in the... 

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Music, theater, comedy abound in the Bay Area

by Randy McMullen @ BayArea

From "Alabama Story" to Rick Gervais, St Vincent to Lynn Harrell, there's plenty of fabulous music, theater and comedy coming up in the Bay Area.

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Vietnamese reject Chinese fruit

Vietnamese reject Chinese fruit

by Nam @ NamViet News

HANOI – Jack Nguyen had sold 20 of his 30 containers of imported American grapes when a fresh round of rumours hit the internet and state-run media: Chinese fruit on sale in Vietnam might look good, but it contains deadly levels of preservatives and pesticides. Shoppers quickly stopped buying imported fruit altogether, believing it all […]

Nagel’s Best O.C. Beers of 2017

by Greg Nagel @ Orange Coast

A look back on some beers that I thought moved the county forward in terms of flavor and impact.

Welcome to Little Saigon

Welcome to Little Saigon


richmondmagazine.com

An ode to Horsepen Road, Richmond’s stellar Vietnamese-food haven

2017’s Best Orange County Cocktails

by Greg Nagel @ Orange Coast

With so many new places, seasonal menus, and even new distilleries coming online, 2017 was quite a busy year for the Boozeblog.

Portlandia meets the Motherland: Kachka’s braised chanterelles and potatoes

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

Portland Monthly once called chef Bonnie Frumkin Morales' food, "like a feisty Russian Babushka’s cooking—with Pussy Riot crashing the dinner table."

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Chicago families can explore global cultures at first-ever Global Kids WorldFest on October 21

by Aimee Thompson @ Raising World Citizens Recent Posts

Living in a diverse city like Chicago, it often feels like you can explore different cultures just from driving from neighborhood to neighborhood across the city. But, there are those special moments when cultures converge in one place, creating a diverse world cultural microcosm where you can seemingly span the globe just by walking from table to table, from person to person and from culture to culture. And, that to me is the allure of WorldChicago’s Global Kids WorldFest, which take place for the first time at Sullivan High School (6631 N. Bosworth Ave.) in Chicago's Rogers Park neighborhood on Saturday, October 21. Taking place from 10 am – 3 pm, the one-day festival is aimed at helping Chicago families explore global cultures through food, games and crafts. Global Kids WorldFest will feature food trucks, carnival games, arts and crafts, and a kids international village. Event entry is free and activity tickets cost 25 cents. Early bird tickets are available online, and offer you the opportunity to purchase 100 activity tickets for $20. Proceeds from Global Kids WorldFest will benefit WorldChicago’s local and global programs to support citizen diplomacy by engaging the Chicago community and the world. WorldChicago is a nonprofit dedicated to promoting citizen diplomacy by empowering youth to be service-minded global citizens. It choose a special home for the first-ever Global Kids WorldFest - Sullivan High School accepted nearly 100 refugees during the 2016-2017 school year, establishing it as school committed to international diversity. With an immigrant population close to 300, that student group now makes up 45 percent of Sullivan High School’s total student population – and its student body represents over 38 countries and speaks more than 35 languages. In order to establish a mutual understanding of the opportunities and challenges of English-language learning, Sullivan High School students met with delegates from WorldChicago’s Iraqi Youth Leadership Exchange Program over the summer. And, now they’re helping to further Chicago family awareness and appreciation of global cultures through Global Kids WorldFest. So, on October 21, instead of driving through Chicago’s neighborhoods and stopping at different places in order to appreciate global cultures, I plan to make one stop at Global Kids WorldFest – and travel around the world right from there.

From Ultimate Shoe Releases to the Coolest Aesthetic, Blends is Your Sneaker Go-To

by Locale Magazine Editors @ Locale Magazine

GM Nobu Ichimura Talk What it’s Like to be the Cool Kids on the Block Written By: Raphael Madrid Photographed By: Andrea Domjan It’s rare to find a place with amazing culture, creativity and community that you can connect with, but to find all that within a retail store is absolutely impossible—unless you’re at Blends. […]

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Where to See Some of the Best Christmas Light Displays in Orange County

by Orange Coast Magazine @ Orange Coast

See Orange County houses and boats with over-the-top Christmas displays!

Finally, A Home Biogas Converter That Won’t Break The Bank

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

When it comes to gas for heating your home and cooking, you’re pretty much tied to the utility company. HomeBiogas is a new home biogas converter and digester Kickstarted by 677 backers who pledged nearly half a million dollars to bring the idea of a waste-reducing independent fuel supply into fruition. What’s more, perks included donations to areas in need of steady […]

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A Chat With Foodbeast Co-founder Elie Ayrouth on His O.C. Food Faves

A Chat With Foodbeast Co-founder Elie Ayrouth on His O.C. Food Faves

by Michelle Pagaran @ Orange Coast

Today, at 29, he heads Foodbeast, the Santa Ana-based food news site that has garnered billions of online impressions.

SaiGon Noel

by Tamarind Tree @ Tamarind Tree Restaurant

Celebrate SaiGon Noel with our special menu.

Is charcoal coffee worth the hype?

by Abbie Fentress Swanson @ Good Food

Cafe owners say customers are willing to pay extra for charcoal in their coffee for its detoxifying effects and because the drinks look fabulous.

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Two Left Fork’s Opens Second Location in Irvine

by Benjamin Epstein @ Orange Coast

Unlike the flagship, this substantially larger spot also serves lunch and brunch.

How to Win Potlucks Every Time

by Bao Nguyen @ Ethnic Seattle

By LeAnn Nguyen December 20, 2017

If you are in the group of people for whom the word potluck brings up warm and exciting thoughts about sharing homemade dishes, if

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Viengthong Provides Great Alternatives to Thai Food

by Jay Friedman @ Ethnic Seattle

Along with pho and teriyaki shops, Thai restaurants remain rather ubiquitous in Seattle. As do their menus. Sure, you can get good pad Thai, khao soi, and the usual curries

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The Perfect Wine For Your Holiday Feast

by Valory Reed @ Orange Coast

One of the great joys of wine is how the taste changes with different foods.

US: Vietnam Backsliding On Human Rights

US: Vietnam Backsliding On Human Rights

by Nam @ NamViet News

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration expressed concern Thursday about Vietnam’s “backsliding” on human rights and asserted that advancing individual freedoms is key to U.S. policy in Asia. One example cited is Hanoi’s treatment of bloggers who have faced prosecution under national security laws. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Dan Baer told a congressional panel […]

8 Great Restaurants at an Intersection in Little Saigon | Ethnic Seattle

8 Great Restaurants at an Intersection in Little Saigon | Ethnic Seattle


Ethnic Seattle

By Jay Friedman October 5, 2016   There are many amazing culinary microhoods in Seattle. The intersection of 12th and Jackson in Little Saigon is one of the best. Though ... Read More

Good Food’s Holiday Gift Guide

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

We spoke to six L.A. chefs and sommeliers about their holiday gift recommendations for home cooks, so you didn't have to! Find out what the minds behind the City of Angels' hottest restaurants can't cook without.

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Republicans show their true colors with tax giveaways to rich

Republicans show their true colors with tax giveaways to rich

by Becky Ogle @ Orange County Register

Congressional Republicans are betting that the new tax legislation will distract from their repeated failures to implement a policy agenda that appeals to middle-class Americans. It’s a bet they are going to lose. Tax policy reveals a political party’s true colors — its priorities and who it advocates for provide unique insight into the party’s […]

Lisa T:BEST CHOICE EVER MADE

by thanhviseattle @ Thanh Vi Seattle Restaurant

Lisa T. Came here for the first time as a celebration after my college graduation ceremony. BEST CHOICE EVER MADE! I’ve been ordering the same food I had on that day, coming back and forth, and not once was I

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5 Black Artists from Seattle You Should Know About

by Bao Nguyen @ Ethnic Seattle

By LeAnn Nguyen January 15, 2018

Seattle has no shortage of art to explore. Some of the most compelling works to come out of the city have been produced by

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Roasting Agave & Eating Tacos: A Oaxacan Adventure With Mezcal Unión

by rmartin @ Food Republic

People talk about Oaxaca like it’s a mystical place. Like on your first night there you’ll experience some hint of magic and it’ll guide your journey and you’ll go home feeling not so much refreshed but changed. Maybe the world will be a little clearer. Maybe you’ll see in the Technicolor of the craft-made spirit […]

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lipitor 3 month

by admin @ Little Saigon Restaurant | Orlando

BUY LIPITOR lipitor 20mg picture Generic Lipitor is an extremely strong medical preparation which is taken in treatment of high cholesterol diseases. Generic Lipitor can also be helpful for patients with heart complications caused by type 2 diabetes or coronary heart disease. Generic Lipitor acts as an anti-high cholesterol remedy. lipitor colchicine interactions Do not […]

Pimento Cheese Spread

by Jean Carnahan @ Good Food St. Louis

For some reason I had the urge to start the New Year with a dish of real, honest-to-goodness Pimento Cheese spread. You can find commercial varieties in the dairy section, but it’s often bland or loaded with additives. Local devotees of the Southern delicacy make their own or wait to find the spread on menus... 

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O.C.'s Best 2017! | Food & Drink - Orange Coast

O.C.'s Best 2017! | Food & Drink - Orange Coast


Orange Coast

Here’s our definitive guide to the county’s best foods and drinks.

Louie Comes to Demun

by Jean Carnahan @ Good Food St. Louis

There’s a new kid on the block. Name’s Louie. Yep, Matt McGuire has moved Louis into Jimmy’s old space in the Demun neighborhood of Clayton. The new Italian restaurant snuggles in nicely amid such stalwarts as: Demun Oyster Bar, Kaldi’s Coffee, Sasha’s Wine Bar, Seedz, Clementines, and a petite candy shop. The Dining Divas Louis... 

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How is our chocolate addiction killing the environment?

by Simran Sethi @ Good Food

Journalist Simran Sethi sits down with the 38-year-old lawyer who inspired the world’s chocolate companies to tackle forest loss.

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Hoods: CSUF City, USA

by Robin Jones @ Orange Coast

Students and locals slurp noodles, sip milk tea, browse bouquets, and jump into the e-sports craze.

Top Ethnic Things to Do: Jan 5-11

by Lalaine Ignao @ Ethnic Seattle

By Lalaine Ignao January 4, 2018

Jan 7 Youth Speaks Open Mic/Writing Circle January 7th

Get your creative thoughts flowing through the very first Youth Speaks Writing Circle/Open Mic

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An Evening on the Mekong Delta

by Tamarind Tree @ Tamarind Tree Restaurant

Experience the premiere of our new provincial dishes. Choose the seafood, vegetarian or meat menu.

TOP ETHNIC THINGS TO DO: DEC 29-JAN 4

by Lalaine Ignao @ Ethnic Seattle

By Lalaine Ignao December 28, 2017

Dec 29 GATES Foundation Discover Center Tour

Participate in this unique free tour through the GATES Foundation and learn how the Bill and

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New in Walnut Creek: Pokeatery with hamachi, pokeado toast

by Linda Zavoral @ BayArea

Pokeatery, a customized poke concept with restaurants in San Mateo and Castro Valley, has opened its newest location — in downtown Walnut Creek. It’s the first of three Northern California franchises that Gary Zhu and Julie Ren will operate for founders Joann and Derek Chung, who brought 20 years of sushi restaurant experience to the enterprise. […]

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Child Prodigy Chef Flynn McGarry Documentary To Debut At Sundance

Child Prodigy Chef Flynn McGarry Documentary To Debut At Sundance

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Flynn McGarry has cooked at some of the country’s top restaurants like Alinea, Alma and Eleven Madison Park, created supper clubs and hosted numerous pop-ups in Los Angeles and New York City all before the age of 17. Now at 19 years old, McGarry’s back in the headlines, this time to star in the documentary Chef Flynn. […]

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Portuguese Plum Duck Food

by admin @ Little Saigon E11

Classic summer Clam Roasts are often associated with the salt water-kissed shores of New England, but did you know that the dish was largely influenced by immigrant Portuguese fisherman?  No wonder the briny shellfish, red potatoes and ears of corn are so often augmented by hunks of juicy Linguica sausage, or spicy Chorizo! Sweet potatoes […]

Trust Way Burger (Dose of Vitamin P)

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

Weekend brunch is a way of life in laid-back San Diego. After training for triathlons, going for their morning jog, or catching a few waves, people flood open-air restaurants to refuel (and then some). I’m not even training for anything, but was happy to carbo- and protein-load at TRUST Restaurant in an industrial, mixed-use Hillcrest building. Brad Wise runs TRUST and nearby Hundred Proof. His original restaurant features a glass and steel patio with red chairs; the dining room touts an open kitchen and diagram of pork parts, one of which tops a devastating “Trust Way” burger. Wood Grilled Burger ($14) is a beast at its core, with a juicy, well-seared patty piled with Asiago cheese, savory bacon-tomato jam, tangy pickled onions, and arugula on a soft poppy seed bun that soaks up the beef’s juices. Sure, each burger comes with skin-on French fries, but you should also bolster your burger by ordering Trust Way ($3). That means with house-cured, braised bacon and a sunny side egg that washes over the burger’s substantial, but balanced ingredients. Dose of Vitamin P spotlights my favorite pork dish from the previous week.

Trust Way Burger (Dose of Vitamin P)

Good Food’s most memorable meals of 2017

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

We've collected an intercontinental list of insane and delicious meals that have defined our staff's past year.

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Justin Timberlake Served (And Ate) Insects At His Album Launch

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

Pop singer Justin Timberlake is a woodsman now, everyone! If the album art for his latest release, Man of the Woods (out February 2nd), didn’t tip you off immediately, the menu for yesterday’s launch party in New York City should do the trick. The AP reports that partygoers enjoyed “ants coated in black garlic and […]

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January 2018 | Top Doctors

by Orange Coast Magazine @ Orange Coast

Here's a preview of the January 2018 issue of Orange Coast.

The Best Restaurants in 15 Orange County Cities

The Best Restaurants in 15 Orange County Cities


Thrillist

These spots are all worth the trek down the 405.

January’s Don’t Miss Events

by Robin Jones @ Orange Coast

Our top picks for things to do in Orange County this January.

Các chợ ở Little Saigon rộn ràng và tràn ngập hàng Tết

Các chợ ở Little Saigon rộn ràng và tràn ngập hàng Tết

by Đằng-Giao @ Nguoi Viet Online

Còn đúng một tháng nữa mới đến Tết Nguyên Đán Mậu Tuất, tuy nhiên các khu chợ trong vùng Little Saigon đã rộn ràng không khí Tết.

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Holiday Gifts for Foodies

by admin @ Little Saigon E11

The holiday gift-giving season can be undoubtedly stressful, but shopping for your food-obsessed friends doesn’t have to be.  That’s because there are so many awesome, edible presents on the market nowadays, sure to please even the most discerning epicureans.  From an elite collection of whiskeys to a cookbook all about, well, cookbooks! Sweet potatoes also […]

Tatang Li-em-po (Dose of Vitamin P)

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

A North Hollywood strip mall best known for Vallarta Supermarkets is now home to one of the Valley’s best Filipino restaurants: Tatang. Chef JR Martin and wife Chiho honor their cultural heritage in modern ways while tipping their caps to the past. The name Tatang translates from Tagalog to English as father. In this case, the father is JR’s late grandfather, dad to 16 children, including Martin’s mom, the family’s eldest child. From Tatang’s grill, I’d recommend ordering Li-em-po ($6.95). Thin slabs of heritage pork belly are marinated in tart calamansi juice, soy sauce, black pepper, garlic, and some water to thin out the sodium. Bellies are grilled until charred bits form, sliced into this strips that take dips in spicy vinegar, and served with cooling tomatoes. Dose of Vitamin P spotlights my favorite pork dish from the previous week.

Tatang Li-em-po (Dose of Vitamin P)

Bleu Cheese, Brioche Buns and Bacon Make This Burger Drool-Worthy

by Locale Magazine Editors @ Locale Magazine

The Black and Blue Burger is A Total Knockout Written By: Quintan Valles Cafe 54 Burger Photographed By: Yasin Chaudhry Cafe 54 Burger We know Coachella for its rockin’ music festivals and vast desert landscape, but this town also has some great places to chow down. We had a hankering for some tasty burgers and heard that […]

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Top Ethnic Things to Do: Jan 19-25

by Lalaine Ignao @ Ethnic Seattle

By Lalaine Ignao January 11, 2018

Jan 18-19 Gay City Arts: Bet Ya Ungodly Things

Enjoy this multigenre dance fable set in the New Jersey countryside where the main character,

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Anti-Nuclear Energy Activists Becoming More Vocal in Taiwan

Anti-Nuclear Energy Activists Becoming More Vocal in Taiwan

by Nam @ NamViet News

TAPEI — A wave of mass street protests in Taiwan has prompted the island’s government to reconsider a fourth nuclear power plant. Demonstrators at concerts and elsewhere this past weekend said the plant would threaten inhabitants of Taiwan’s north coast. About 220,000 people turned out for loud, emotional demonstrations in Taiwan’s three biggest cities to […]

Hot country music coming: Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker set dates

by BayArea.com team @ BayArea

Get ready for some hot country music, Bay Area. Lady Antebellum and Darius Rucker are teaming up for a massive co-headlining tour, which touches down at the Shoreline Amphitheatre at Mountain View on Aug. 16, our man on music, Jim Harrington, reports. Russell Dickerson is also on the bill. The tour also stops Aug. 17 […]

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A Radical Farm Bill is Born

by Good Food @ Good Food

Oregon Rep. Earl Blumenauer’s 'alternative farm bill' aims to spend more tax dollars on farms that produce food, and less on those growing animal feed and fuel. This article was originally published on CivilEats.

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Seasonal Eats Sweet Potatoes

by admin @ Little Saigon E11

So lets get this out of the way first — Sweet Potatoes are not the same thing as Yams.  In fact, they’re from two entirely different plant families.  And as opposed to sweet potatoes, yams are dry, highly starchy and have white-colored flesh. They’re also usually larger than sweet potatoes, weighing in at three to […]

12 Bite-Sized Snacks To Eat Instead Of The Tide Pod Challenge

by Food Republic @ Food Republic

The latest trend in YouTube fame is the Tide Pod challenge! Sadly, this is exactly what it sounds like: chowing down on tiny pouches of poisonous cleaning product. Remember kids, just because everyone’s doing it doesn’t turn the pods in question into something edible. Let late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel explain: We get it — […]

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“Top Chef” Enterprise, Crack Shack Proves Fried Chicken is High-Flying Concept of the Moment

by Gretchen Kurz @ Orange Coast

When a staid Chase bank branch converts to slick, hip outlet No. 3 for a “Top Chef” enterprise, it’s proof that fried chicken is the high-flying concept of the moment. Toque about town Richard Blais fronts Crack Shack, a San Diego-based, fast-casual joint rigged to supply hot, crispy chicken feasts and cool cocktails in high […]

China’s Xi Sets Tone on Regional Relations

China’s Xi Sets Tone on Regional Relations

by Nam @ NamViet News

BOAO, China—Chinese President Xi Jinping acknowledged Asian “frictions” and “hot spots” in an address on Sunday to regional business and political leaders amid mounting alarm over North Korea’s nuclear threat and territorial disputes between China and its neighbors. Mr. Xi didn’t single out any country in his address at the three-day Boao Forum for Asia, […]

Lamia Gabal, M.D., FPMRS

by Ptsai @ Orange Coast

Dr. Lamia Gabal is a board certified urologist with a thriving, multi-faceted Orange County practice. As the Chief of Urology Division at Saint Joseph Hospital Orange County, Dr. Gabal has expertise in both male and female urology and specializes in the treatment and management of urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, kidney stones and urologic cancers. […]

This OC Local’s Week Includes Consignment Hunting, Playing With Pups and Eating French Toast

by Locale Magazine Editors @ Locale Magazine

The Owner of Find Consignments Walks Us Through Her Perfect Week Photographed By: Andrea Domjan Expert: Kitty Canada Credentials: Owner of The Find Consignments Monday Twice the Style is my go-to shop. You have to go frequently. Like my shop, items fly out of there, so I’ll cruise by on my way to the bank […]

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Three’s A Trend: Mexican Hot Chocolate

by Gretchen Kurz @ Orange Coast

Try your hot chocolate with a little spice at these O.C. cafés.

The Stranger's Guide to the Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Seattle

The Stranger's Guide to the Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Seattle


The Stranger

The Stranger's Guide to the Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Seattle

Soup and Snow: The Joys of Winter

by Jean Carnahan @ Good Food St. Louis

Arriving at the farm about dinner time on a chilly Friday evening, I was glad to see everything was working—the well, furnace, oven, refrigerator, washer, dryer, tv, Internet—all the things that can go awry when left on their own for too long. A couple of ferns I brought in for the winter were doing nicely,... 

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Top Little Saigon Restaurants - Food GPS

Top Little Saigon Restaurants - Food GPS


Food GPS

Learn about 16 Top Little Saigon restaurants in the interconnected Vietnamese-American strongholds of Garden Grove, Westminster, Fountain Valley + Santa Ana

The Insider’s Guide to Little Saigon in San Jose - BayArea

The Insider’s Guide to Little Saigon in San Jose - BayArea


BayArea

Unlike other ethnic enclaves such as San Francisco’s Chinatown or Japantown, San Jose’s Little Saigon flies under-the-radar in terms of popularity with tourists and even some locals. That said, with over 180,000 residents, Little Saigon has more Vietnamese residents than any other city in the world outside of Vietnam, according to Visit San Jose. So …

10 Last-Minute Ideas for New Year’s Eve in Orange County

by Alan Gibbons @ Orange Coast

We’ve got you covered with our best ideas to ring in the new year, O.C. style.

Miss Sheri’s Cafeteria: The Way It Was

by Jean Carnahan @ Good Food St. Louis

A meal at Miss Sheri’s Cafeteria (2 locations) is a trip down memory lane. I could’ve sworn I was in Doc Brown’s ol’ DeLorean, transported back in time to the S&W Cafeteria on 14th and F Street. Growing up in D.C., my mother and I ate there every Tuesday (her day off). From the streetcar... 

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Transplants Brewing Turns 2, Ceremony + Anna’s Cider

by Sean Inman @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

I finally made a second visit north to Palmdale to join in festivities for the Transplants Brewing second anniversary bash. I was surprised at the variety of beers on offer (32 all told) as well as their growth in the brewing. I sampled eight beers from the list and was impressed by all save one that was probably just too green (The Bible Salesman). I really liked the Mecha Pronghorn that was one of many beers aged in Koval barrels. The Imperial Stout had loads of chocolate taste to it and was very smooth. I also tasted my first pastry stout with a great name of Cut & Pastry. It certainly did have a doughy sort of taste to it and though not my favorite was certainly well executed. IPA-wise, I tasted CatBirD which was brewed with Hop Hash and Hemp CBD; it tasted very nice with a near NE haziness to it. Fringe Element was a bit strong for an “IPA for Everybody” but I liked the taste of it and it paled to the two over 10% Triple IPAs on offer. Going back to the dark side, the Ultra Double Filbert was probably my second favorite after Mecha....

Transplants Brewing Turns 2, Ceremony + Anna’s Cider

5 QUESTIONS | Chef Thitiwat Tantragarn of Insects in the Backyard

by Abbie Fentress Swanson @ Good Food

The young chef is convinced that eating bugs is the answer to feeding the world.

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Having a Good Dryanuary? Try this Non-Alcoholic IPA

by Greg Nagel @ Orange Coast

A new brewery out of Santa Ana was just born for this momentous occasion.

A Tree Grows In Laguna: Oak Laguna Dazzles

by Benjamin Epstein @ Orange Coast

A great addition to Laguna Beach's PCH restaurants.

Bone-in steaks (even filets): Prime 109 expanding to Santa Clara

by Linda Zavoral @ BayArea

The restaurant team that brought bone-in steaks and prime rib to Fremont is expanding its upscale concept to Santa Clara. Prime 109 Steak & Libation House will open Tuesday, Jan. 23, in the former Bennigan’s on Great America Parkway near Levi’s Stadium. What’s the name mean? The “prime 109” is what steakhouses and prime rib palaces order […]

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Our Location

by admin @ Little Saigon Restaurant | Orlando

Location We proudly use cheap jerseys only the freshest ingredients, and we continuously Los Angeles Dodgers jersey strive to improve the quality of both our food and service. Open 7 days a week: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM Located at: 1106 E Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 Click here for directions cialis daily amoxicillian amox-clav […]

The 5 Place to get Fresh Vietnamese Noodles in Seattle's Little Saigon

The 5 Place to get Fresh Vietnamese Noodles in Seattle's Little Saigon


Seattle Refined

In a city with a pho restaurant every three blocks and where banh mi shops are as common pizzerias, Vietnamese food is everywhere in Seattle. But, you might be wondering, where is it best? As anyone who has spent time in Vietnam will tell you, the key to g

How To Dine At Noma’s Last Available Reservation For As Little As $10

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

There’s just one last table available at Noma’s re-opening night on February 15! And it could be yours for as little as $10. Noma is partnering with Omaze to offer a trip for you and a guest to Copenhagen to dine at one of the world’s best restaurants. But it gets better! Return the next […]

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Clam chowder: Where to chow down in the Bay Area

by BayArea.com team @ BayArea

You don’t have to be a Bostonian to revel in chowdah. Clam chowder is every bit as beloved on the West Coast, where chefs at waterside restaurants — and more than a few inland — pride themselves on their creamy New England-style soup, whether it’s served in porcelain bowls or rounds of sourdough bread. But you don’t […]

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Home-Thanh VI Vietnamese Restaurant Seattle

Home-Thanh VI Vietnamese Restaurant Seattle


Thanh Vi Seattle Restaurant

Thanh Vi is the best Vietnamese Taste in Seattle. With over 28 appetizers and 70 entree options, you can explore all of Vietnam in one place!

Ironsmith Coffee Roasters Turmeric Ginger Latte (Drink of the Week)

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

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I’ve recently been visiting Ironsmith Coffee Roasters in Encinitas on Sundays to enjoy delectable baked goods from Crystal White and Wayfarer Bread, but the coffee bar is worth visiting in its own right. Raul Macias and Matt Delarosa launched Ironsmith to start 2015 and they’ve managed to accomplish a lot in a small space on Coast Highway. The art-lined cafe with black steel and light wood color scheme roasts coffee beans in-house and brews using a variety of methods. They take the process seriously and consider artistry when presenting drinks, even coffee-free drinks. Turmeric Ginger Latte ($5) is a recent triumph featuring raw spices, honey, and a choice of milk. Each latte is available either hot or over ice. Order the drink hot and each latte is steamed with a little bit of coconut oil to help the flavors bind together. The kicker is a fresh-cracked black pepper shower that adds contrast and a bit more spice.

Ironsmith Coffee Roasters Turmeric Ginger Latte (Drink of the Week)

Meizhou Dongpo: It’s all about the duck at Irvine’s upscale Sichuan dining experience

by Gretchen Kurz @ Orange Coast

It's the first O.C. outpost of the 120-unit Beijing restaurant chain.

O.C. Food News! Places Currently On Our Noshing Radar

by Miles Clements @ Orange Coast

Check out these new eats in Orange County!

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New York’s cult favorite Shake Shack is coming to Palo Alto

by Linda Zavoral @ BayArea

Shake Shack, the cult-favorite burger restaurant that started out as a hot dog cart in New York’s Madison Square Park, is finally coming to the Bay Area. The inaugural restaurant will go in at Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto — with a look reminiscent of that first Shake Shack. According to spokeswoman Kristyn Clark, the […]

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Top Turkey Dishes in Chicago

by admin @ Little Saigon E11

While we simply couldn’t imagine Thanksgiving without turkey, we don’t think to eat it that often the other 364 days of the year.  Sure, turkey is a popular cold cut in sandwiches and salads, as well as a viable burger substitute for non red meat eaters, but there aren’t a ton of memorable turkey dishes.  That’s […]

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Punch Up Your Steak With Homemade Korean Ssamjang

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

We know, we know. You were about to say, “Good steak doesn’t need sauce.” But you’d be missing out on an extra tasty, spicy, funky sauce if you didn’t marinate and dress your beef with homemade Korean ssamjang. Our friends at ChefSteps partnered with Portland, Oregon chef Gregory Gourdet on this recipe for sauced-up steak to […]

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Korochka Tavern Brings Cocktails and Russian Pelmenis to Lake City

by Bao Nguyen @ Ethnic Seattle

By Tiffany Ran January 2, 2018

Cocktail culture as we know it isn’t prominent in Moscow and, at the time that Lisa Malinovskaya opened Korochka Tavern in a cozy, inconspicuous

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Laura Kasbar of Newport Beach on Creating Videos to Help Her Son Find His Voice

by Ada Madigan @ Orange Coast

How an O.C. mom helped her son start talking with speech videos she made herself.

We Dig The Ludlow’s Guide To Eating In NYC’s Lower East Side

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

If there’s one thing New York City hotels all need, it’s a friendly, concise, expertly curated guide to the neighborhood’s best eats. Lower East Side mainstay The Ludlow is handing out these cool little maps to make sure you end up exactly where you want. Here’s the map’s legend — check out all these great […]

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Recipe: Lahpet Thoke – Burmese Tea Leaf Salad

by Bao Nguyen @ Ethnic Seattle

By Bao Nguyen January 16, 2018

Besides amazing memories of the culture and people of Burma, I returned from my trip there with an insatiable craving for more lahpet thoke,

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